I hope you are coping well with the difficult situation we are all facing.
The work for Monday is now up on the website.
Please remember to read regularly for enjoyment. (This message will stay- it's the most important thing you can do!)
Amazon has a selection of Kindle books that can be read for free:
You do not need a Kindle to get these; an app can be downloaded to a phone/tablet/laptop (details via the link).
Update: Whiterose maths are doing daily lessons online. There is a teaching video and them some work. I highly recommend you access this.
As well as daily work, I will add links to sites that have nice activities for your children.
The one below is from the National Literacy Trust:
There will be regular P.E videos for children at this link:
Audible has lots of stories, for all ages, that can be listened to. They are free and no sign-up is required.
This year is a very important year for children as they come to the end of their time at primary school. We have two main focuses in year six:
- to prepare each child for secondary school as best we can
- to get the children ready for their SATs tests in May.
Year 6 is hard but we try to make it as interesting as possible.
You can help us by making sure your child reads at home regularly. We cannot stress how important this is. The ability to read fluently and quickly is probably the most important skill your child needs.
Maths and literacy homework is attached below.
Maths is arithmetic practice. Literacy is grammar and punctuation revision.
We are going to be focusing on times tables in St Benedict. Rapid recall of facts is essential in year 6 as it makes much of the work easier. The school has signed up to an online site so children can practise at home. Your child will have been given a username and password.
Things you need to know:
Homework will be given out on Fridays and is usually due back in the following Wednesday. Whenever possible, the homework will be posted on the class page. Occasionally, additional homework may be set.
Homework may involve researching a particular topic, practising skills learned in maths and literacy, or learning spellings and tables. It is extremely important that all homework is completed on time. If you have any questions about your homework or do not understand it you must speak to your teacher on the Monday before it should be handed in.
PE will be on Monday and one other day in the week. Please make sure you have a PE kit in school every day.
This term's Big Read is 'Small Steps' by Louis Sachar